Coma and Brainstem Reflexes

by Carlo Raj, MD

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    The lecture Coma and Brainstem Reflexes by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Altered Mental Status and Coma. It contains the following chapters:

    • Coma
    • Brainstem Reflexes

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    1. Primitive brain is intact and higher brain has stopped functioning.
    2. Cranial nerves 3,6,8 are intact and the higher brain is functioning.
    3. Cranial nerves 3,6,8 are not functioning.
    4. Primitive brain is not functioning and higher brain is intact.
    5. A fast return to midline would be abnormal.
    1. Trigeminal nerve and Facial nerve.
    2. Facial nerve and ophthalmic division of the Trigeminal nerve.
    3. Vestibulocochlear nerve and Optic nerve.
    4. Vagus nerve and Glossopharyngeal nerve.
    5. Trigeminal nerve and Vagus nerve.
    1. CN IX and CN X
    2. CN X and CN IX
    3. CN V and CN VII
    4. CN VII and CN V
    5. CN III,IV and CN VI

    Author of lecture Coma and Brainstem Reflexes

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD

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